All Greater Tampa Bay Area residents should receive personalized, culturally-appropriate and actionable information on bone health and fracture prevention through diagnostic screening and testing, community talks and one-on-one meetings with medical professionals or health care educators.
Everyone should have access to educational tools and peer-reviewed, science-based programs that promote healthy bones and lessen the chance of fractures and osteoporosis.
Collaborative efforts among health care agencies, local and state government entities, civic organizations and area nonprofits have the power to improve bone health as a quality of life measure for all Greater Tampa Bay Area residents.
Kathleen works closely with the Healthy Bones Coalition, advising the Steering Committee on governance and making the Coalition self-sustaining.
As Executive Director at American Bone Health, Kathleen collaborates with researchers and scientists to provide relevant and accessible resources to the public regarding osteoporosis-related fracture prevention. Her 40-plus years as an executive has enabled her to lead agencies and coalitions which address bone health issues, including a national awareness campaign for older women and the Athletic and Performance Energy Deficit Initiative for young athletes.
Kathleen holds a BA from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and graduated with honors from the Executive MBA Program at the University of San Francisco.
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